Pedal Wagon Adds Covington Bourbon Cruise
Pedal Wagon announced its new Covington Bourbon Cruise this week.
The 15-person wagons on which groups pedal their way around downtown while enjoying adult beverages will now travel along the B-Line, the Northern Kentucky effort to promote bourbon.
Pedal Wagon launched in Covington last year and will add an additional wagon this year.
“It’s been an incredible first year in Covington and we can’t wait to show people what the Bourbon State is all about with this new cruise,” said Stuart Naeny, Pedal Wagon co-owner. “We’re always looking for unique ways to highlight what makes Covington stand out and are excited to be able to offer this one-of-a-kind bourbon experience,” he adds. “We’ve been able to partner with an incredible group of bars and restaurants in the Covington area and are looking forward to catering to those who want to experience a part of what makes this area so special.”
On the Bourbon Cruise, riders will visit two local bars or restaurants where bourbon will be served.
“We are delighted to celebrate the addition of a Bourbon experience on Pedal Wagon Covington. Covington is the warm welcome to Bourbon Country and we know anyone taking the new Bourbon Cruise in Covington will enjoy a big old shot of excitement and get to sip at some of the most awesome stops on Northern Kentucky’s signature Bourbon experience, The B-Line. See you all on the Bourbon Wagon soon,” said Julie Kirkpatrick of The B-Line and meetNKY.
The list of possible stops includes Bourbon Haus 1841, Coppin's at Hotel Covington, Wiseguy Lounge, The Globe, Old Kentucky Bourbon Bar, Neat at Embassy Suites, and Smoke Justis.
Bookings are now available.